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Federal Lawsuit (baker v nitv, charles humble)
Aug 3rd, 2005 at 11:51pm
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Can anyone with pacer access post the minutes of the hearing below

[b]News Release 9/10/04


U.S. Federal District Court, District of South Florida

Baker v NITV, Charles Humble and Lourdes Irimia.

This federal lawsuit was settled through mediation.

Is the character of the nitv being called into question?
  
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Re: Federal Lawsuit (baker v nitv, charles humble)
Reply #1 - Aug 4th, 2005 at 4:25am
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Dear backtracker,

When a federal lawsuit is settled through mediation, most if not all of the content of the mediation is kept private.  Neither side holds the other responsible and the proceeds are sealed.  The original petition is discharged for "consideration."

Normally this means a financial settlement has been found and the whole scenario ceases to exist.  It never happened and no future actions will be taken.

In most cases, the government knows that it will lose the case in law or public opinion so it tries to cut its losses and makes monetary payment to avoid any future ramifications.

Good luck in finding any information about this.

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Re: Federal Lawsuit (baker v nitv, charles humble)
Reply #2 - Jul 27th, 2006 at 4:15am
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Results of a gov't lawsuit are available from a gov't web site at:
http://efoia.bis.doc.gov/exportcontrolviolations/e967.pdf
NITV exported to South Africa, South Korea, and Mexico without permits and agreed to pay a fine of $77,000.

I don't think that's the same as the Baker v. NITV cited above, but it's interesting.
  
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Re: Federal Lawsuit (baker v nitv, charles humble)
Reply #3 - Nov 28th, 2006 at 11:27pm
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I would happily answer any specific question re my Federal lawsuit against NITV and my ongoing lawsuit against NITV in Florida State Court.      GBaker
  
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Reply #4 - May 10th, 2011 at 6:43pm
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Can anyone give an update on how this lawsuit turned out?
  
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